precision-balanced hybrid circuit

precision-balanced hybrid circuit

[prə′sizh·ən ¦bal·ənst ′hī·brəd ′sər·kət]
(electricity)
Circuit used to interconnect a four-wire telephone circuit to a particular two-wire circuit, in which the impedance of the balancing network is adjusted to give a relatively high degree of balance.
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